This article is to help you understand how to transform your image into a mural print.
Yes, we're talking
about huge prints that will cover your entire wall for an immersive
We are going to talk to you about all the options you'll have, the requirements and installation, of course process.
There's no actual
limit to the size that you can have your print
Since your peel and
stick wall mural will be arriving in sections, you can get any amount of strips
that you need to make for a very easy installation
To get things started,
if you want a sharp image, you will preferably need a high resolution image.
Nowadays, most digital
cameras can provide 5000 to 8000 pixels in a single shot
One good trick is
called image stitching which is a process of combining multiple shots with
overlapping fields to produce one massive panoramic image!
Of course, this is all
based on how sharp you actually need your image and how close you're going to
be from your print
for mural prints are processed at 150 dpi which means we'll most likely upscale
say, for a 10ft wall, you'll need at least 8000 pixels wide to get some sharp
With new 40 megapixel+ cameras, this is easily achievable
If you need help figuring out if your image is large
enough for a mural print,
look into our DPI calculator and our image size analyzer on our website.
All this being said, keep in mind that, in most cases,
you'll be looking at your mural from at least 3 or 4 feet away from your wall
so don't be too worried if your resolution is not quite on the mark
We take pride in offering the best possible results for
To make that happen, we don't make any compromises in our
hardware, our material and, most importantly, our customer service.
Every single order is important to us and we take the
time to review every single image that comes in
So if we notice any needed fine tuning or optimization,
you can have peace of mind that we'll always keep you in the loop
We use state-of-the-art 10-color printers which provides
the best printing resolution and color range for mural prints and we are very
proud to offer the most vibrant color reproduction in the industry.
As for the material, we use a sturdy, repositionable
It has a subtle, matte, linen texture to it which helps
absorb light and cover any imperfections on your wall, it's extremely easy to
install and it's very forgiving
If you have a long wall, we suggest that you start from
the center which will ensure the straightest installation
Peel and stick wall mural can be installed
on a wide variety of smooth surfaces such
as gypsum boards, wood, glass, metal and
some plastic panels.
The surface has to be clean, smooth,
dry, and free of moisture
Peel down about 6" from the top of your Panel.
To minimize any deformation, apply the wall
mural with minimal tension
and remove the protective paper about a
foot and make sure not to remove too much at one time
Smooth out the wall mural by using the
plastic scraper (which we will be provided with your order) starting from the
center and working your way towards the edges of the panel
As I mentioned earlier, the peel and stick
wall mural is very forgiving
So if you made a mistake, went a bit
crooked or see an air bubble you can peel the mural back at reapply it with
And don't forget to apply a good pressure to insure adherence, especially towards the
edges of each panel
Mural prints arrive in 50" inch sections, and each
section has a half an inch with a guideline to help you with your installation
Once all the panels are installed you can
cut off the excess with a utility knife.
With our imaging processing service, our state
of the art printing equipment and easy to install wall vinyl, we are convinced
we will be able to provide the best impact for your project.